Aigo has been frequently making the headlines recently with several new product announcements like the N700, E500, 7007, and Walkshow NX7001 to name a few. The company doesn't appear to be slowing down with yet another new MID being revealed today, the Aigo N520. Running Maemo like the Walkshow NX7001 and bearing a striking resemblance to the ZTE V7 MID, it's uncertain whether the N520 is in fact a rebranded V7, or just happens to be extremely similar. There are a few minor differences in the design and the layout of the full QWERTY keyboard, but apart from that the two devices are nearly identical, including the 4.08-inch WVGA resistive touch screen, 806MHz Marvell PXA310 processor, GPS, 3G (CDMA/EVDO), b/g WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity. Like the V7, the N520 will also feature full telephone functionality.
Combing through the rest of the specifications does reveal a few differences and some new information, with the N520 possessing a 2MP camera instead of a 3.2MP one, 128MB RAM, 256MB NAND flash, 4 to 32GB of local storage, accelerometer, USB host, and a larger 2000mAh battery instead of the V7's 1800mAh unit. Aigo's latest creation is expected to be available in China soon, with a price of around US$300. Head over to the company's official site for a closer look at the full specs and let us know what you think.[ChiniTech]